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I was amazed by the interior of the restaurant. Great place for friends, especially groups. But above all, hosts are amazing and going above and beyond. Kudos to Adi and Nikola for delivering outstanding service! Will definitely visit again!
Had lunch in the middle of a hot day! Great menu - European dishes and beer - very personal service - the owner offered to taste various beers and bratwursts ... definitely want to come again - would love to have breakfast and dinner there.
We found this place on our Valentine's/birthday weekend. We both had the jaegerschnitzel and it was absolutely delightful! We crave and long for this kind of food. We came here from the Grand Junction area. With all the many choices around Glenwood, we gladly drove...15 more minutes to this restaurant and are so glad we did. The restaurant was warm and cozy with a great menu. The servers were a little reserved and not super friendly, but they brought our food promptly. And it was very appealing. You must try some of the alcohol menu if you can, the varieties of beer and wine are fabulous. Give them a try, we will definitely be returning! Sure wish they were in the Grand Junction area as well.More
Charming stop in Basalt. I had the Reuben Eggs Benedict. It cost $12.00 and was very good. The potatoes were actually crispy and tasty. I really enjoyed the atmosphere. Very warm and inviting and our server was pleasant and attentive.
Try and visit the Weinerstube while in Basalt or staying at the Element hotel. The food is excellent, Jim, one of the bartenders is very knowledgeable of all the inside info of the local restaurants and skiing in Aspen. The bar has a nice vibe...and families are very welcome too. Kids will love the home made pretzels.More